|Uploaded:||March 23, 2010|
|Updated:||March 24, 2010|
Clint Eastwood was best known for his role he played in a movie called "Dirty Harry", as well as all of the western movies he did like "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly". The reason why I mention Clint with this lesson is because he is responsible for the gained popularity of the .44 magnum. Now I'm not going to sit here and go into detail about this weapon because to tell you the truth I already did that with the lesson I uploaded three years ago called "how to draw a .44 magnum". Instead I figured I would just do an updated version of what the magnum of today looks like. The version I drew looks very much like Clint Eastwood's gun he used in the movie Dirty Harry. If you go to a gun shop today, and you are looking for a brand new .44 magnum, you will find one that looks a lot like the you see here. My grandfather actually wants to buy one of these guns because he is going hunting up north this year, and there is a lot of bears. A magnum will blow a hole in a person or animal with no problem at all. In fact, the process of being shot with one of these guns is so massive, that the bullet moves through you like a hot knife cutting butter. A .44 magnum can go straight threw an engine block, and the bullet will keep traveling as it exits out the other side. I had a really fun time drawing this gun, and I know you guys will enjoy this tutorial because it will teach you "how to draw a weapon", no I take that back, you will learn "how to draw a magnum", with ease. I will be back with one more tutorial for you all so stay tuned in, and try and keep those hands happy. Adios people, and remember to ask yourselves one question, "do you feel lucky punk"?